Inquest Cuthbert EDWARDS 1860
Cohombb's Ikoubst. The City Coroner held ah inquest at the Storm King Inn, Chippendale, on the body of a male infant, seven weeks old, named Cuthbert Edwards. The parents of the deceased are labouring people, and reside at Burwood. The first symptoms the deceased exhibited of being ill was on Saturday last, when it appeared to be suffering from wind in its stomach. A drop of peppermint was administered, administered, and the Infant recovered. On Monday morning the mother left Burwood with the infant to come down to Sydney to visit her mother-in-law. mother-in-law. mother-in-law. mother-in-law. mother-in-law. When Bhe got to Newtown the infant again took ill. She hurried on to Chippendale, to the residence of her mother-in-law, mother-in-law, mother-in-law, mother-in-law, mother-in-law, who, on . seeing the infant, administered to it a dose of Castor oU. This appeared to give relief Later in the evening the infant was taken to Dr. Grey, who prescribed for it, and ordered the application of hot flannels to its stomach. These directions were eomplied with, but the infant con. tinucd to get worse, and expired in great agony about midnight. Verdict Natural causes.